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Yes. Only a registered owner of a car can get the insurance. The insurance policy document and registration documents of a car both should be in a name of one person. The mismatching of documents leads to legal complications. So it is important to ensure that to get insurance, you have to be the registered owner of a car.

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โˆ™ 2012-01-30 18:00:23

I am only a registered owner of the car . someone else owns the car how will it be insured

 

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